Percent Dry Weight (Biomass) Increases for
300, 600 and 900 ppm Increases in the Air's CO2 Concentration:


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Solanum tuberosum L. [White Potato]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
53
17
1
 Arithmetic Mean
36.8%
59.6%
71%
 Standard Error
3.6%
9
0%

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Ahmadi Lahijani et al. (2019)

Total plant dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
38%

 

 

Ahmadi Lahijani et al. (2019)

Tuber dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
124%

 

 

Ahmadi Lahijani et al. (2019)

Total plant dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
45%

 

 

Ahmadi Lahijani et al. (2019)

Tuber dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
58%

 

 

Aien et al. (2014)

Total winter yield of well watered and fertilized plants of the cultivar K. Surya grown out-of doors in open-top chambers at New Delhi, India
50%

 

 

Aien et al. (2014)

Total winter yield of well watered and fertilized plants of the cultivar K. Chipsona-3 grown out-of doors in open-top chambers at New Delhi, India
67%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber initiation stage, tuber
31%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber initiation stage, tuber, shade
10%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber initiation stage, total biomass
72%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber initiation stage, total biomass, shade
17%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber bulking stage, tuber
31%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber bulking stage, tuber, shade
51%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber bulking stage,total biomass
39%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2003)

growth chambers, tuber bulking stage,total biomass, shade
 

 

 

Chen and Setter (2012)

Single-stem biomass of well-watered and irrigated plants grown one to each 12-L pot within controlled-environment chambers for four weeks of CO2 enrichment prior to tuber initiation
23%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2012)

Single-stem biomass of well-watered and irrigated plants grown one to each 12-L pot within controlled-environment chambers for four weeks, with CO2 enrichment applied only during for the first two weeks of tuber growth
31%

 

 

Chen and Setter (2012)

Single-stem biomass of well-watered and irrigated plants grown one to each 12-L pot within controlled-environment chambers for four weeks, with CO2 enrichment only applied during the third and fourth weeks after the beginning of tuber growth
34%

 

 

Conn and Cochran (2006)

Tuber biomass of plants grown for one full season under standard field conditions in open-top chambers at Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
31%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Tuber biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (control chamber)
0%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Tuber biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 75% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
21%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Tuber biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 50% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
47%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Tuber biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 25% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
54%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Tuber biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 0% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
19%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Total biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (control chamber)
14%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Total biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 75% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
13%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Total biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 50% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
12%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Total biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 25% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
11%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Total biomass of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered and progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 0% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
0%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2013)

Well watered and moderately fertilized plants grown from sprouted seed tubers planted one to each 16-liter pot filled with a 3:1 volume ratio of washed concrete sand and vermiculate placed within soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers located out-of-doors and composed of transparent plastic walls and ceilings, where - following emergence - all pots were thinned to a single mainstem that was allowed to grow in air of either 400 or 800 ppm daytime CO2 concentrations until 45 days after emergence, when new-tuber biomass was assessed
17%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2013)

Well watered and moderately fertilized plants grown from sprouted seed tubers planted one to each 16-liter pot filled with a 3:1 volume ratio of washed concrete sand and vermiculate placed within soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers located out-of-doors and composed of transparent plastic walls and ceilings, where - following emergence - all pots were thinned to a single mainstem that was allowed to grow in air of either 400 or 800 ppm daytime CO2 concentrations until 47 days after emergence, when new-tuber biomass was assessed
29%

 

 

Heineke et al. (1999)

climatic chamber, transgenic plants
 

58%

 

Hogy and Fangmeier (2009)

Tuber biomass of well-watered and fertilized plants grown from seed potatoes to maturity out-of-doors in open-top chambers in Giessen, Germany
44%

 

 

Katny et al. (2005)

Tuber biomass of well watered and fertilized new sprouts grown for 5 weeks in 15-l pots out-of-doors in open-top chambers
25%

 

 

Kauder et al. (2000)

chambers, wild-type plant
 

36%

 

Kauder et al. (2000)

chambers, TPT 1 transgenic plant
 

50%

 

Kumari and Agrawal (2014)

Biomass of the tubers of well watered and fertilized plants grown from hand-sown tubers to maturity (90 days) out-of-doors at the Botanical Garden of Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, in open-top chambers
71%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Leaf dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
21%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Leaf dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
23%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Stem dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
21%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Stem dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
43%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Tuber dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
124%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Tuber dry matter at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
71%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Total dry matter (leaf + stem + tuber) at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Agria
43%

 

 

Lahijani et al. (2018)

Total dry matter (leaf + stem + tuber) at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers; cv Fontane
43%

 

 

Lawson et al. (2001)

open-top chambers, ambient ozone
10%

 

 

Lawson et al. (2001)

open-top chambers, extra ozone
27%

 

 

Ludewig et al. (1998)

environmental chambers
 

70%

 

Ludewig et al. (1998)

environmental chambers, tuber yield, untransformed plants
 

100%

 

Magliulo et al. (2003)

FACE field study, 1998 growing season
53%

 

 

Magliulo et al. (2003)

FACE field study, 1999 growing season
88%

 

 

Miglietta et al. (1998)

Plants grown for a full season in a FACE study
40%

 

 

Olivo et al. (2002)

open-top chambers in a greenhouse, yield
33%

 

 

Olivo et al. (2002)

open-top chambers in a greenhouse,total biomass
30%

 

 

Persson et al. (2003)

Tuber biomass of plants grown under field conditions out-of-doors in open-top chambers until time of harvest in southwest Sweden
-2%

 

 

Plessl et al. (2007)

Tuber biomass of well watered and fertilized plants in 3.5-liter pots filled with a 1:2 mixture of soil and Fruhstorfer T-Erde grown for eight weeks in controlled-environment chambers
7%

 

 

Pruski et al. (2002)

environmental growth chambers
 

 

71%

Sage et al. (1989)

greenhouse
48%

 

 

Schapendonk et al. (2000)

open-top chamber, first season
23%

 

 

Schapendonk et al. (2000)

open-top chamber, second season
42%

 

 

Sicher and Bunce (1999)

open-top chambers
34%

 

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Leaf biomass of well watered and fertilized wild-type plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

101%

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Stem biomass of well watered and fertilized wild-type plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

35%

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Tuber biomass of well watered and fertilized wild-type plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

119%

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Leaf biomass of well watered and fertilized transgenic plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

55%

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Stem biomass of well watered and fertilized transgenic plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

51%

 

Tao et al. (2010)

Tuber biomass of well watered and fertilized transgenic plants grown for 54 days in pots filled with potting soil in growth cabinets in a glasshouse
 

157%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), low light
 

40%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), high light
 

34%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), low light
 

27%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), high light
 

16%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), low light
 

39%

 

Wheeler et al. (1991)

pots (19 liter), high light
 

26%

 

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